Album Reviews

23
Aug
2011

Red Hot Chili Peppers – I’m With You (Album Review)

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Red Hot Chili Peppers - I'm With You (Album Review)

So yesterday I was lucky enough to get my hands on RHCP‘s brand new album I’m With You, and it hasn’t come a bloody day too soon! It’s been a long time coming, since Stadium Arcadium was released all the way back in 2006. I’ve always been a massive fan of The Chilis, and so you…

12
Aug
2011

Nero – Welcome Reality (Album Review)

Submitted by / 8 years ago / Album Reviews

With Nero‘s new single Promises looking like it will hit the #1 spot on Sunday afternoon, the dynamic duo of Daniel Stephens and Joe Ray have made the country sit up and take notice of their unique brand of electronic music. Some may suggest that Promises will be the first “dubstep” #1 in the UK;…

25
May
2011

Friendly Fires – Pala (Album Review)

Submitted by / 9 years ago / Album Reviews

Vibrant and vivacious. The quintessential sound of the summer has arrived in the form of Friendly Fires‘ second studio album Pala. 48 Minutes and 52 seconds of pure energy, this new offering from the St Albans lads is definitely one not to miss. The boys are battling hard to prevent the notorious ‘sophomore slump’ from…

1
Mar
2011

Clare Maguire – Light After Dark (Album Review)

Submitted by / 9 years ago / Album Reviews

Even though the media have taken it on their hands to try and maul Clare Maguire‘s debut album Light After Dark completely to pieces, the good news is that the people who matter (the general public), have spoken out in their droves about how much they are enjoying listening to it. I mean if NME…

9
Feb
2011

The Streets – Computers and Blues (Album Review)

Submitted by / 9 years ago / Album Reviews

Reportedly the last album from Mike Skinner, Computers and Blues is a welcome return to some of the Birmingham-born rapper and producer’s finest work. His easy-listening, smooth flowing voice is unequivocally his greatest asset and it is complemented in this album by the likes of Clare Maguire, Robert Harvey and Laura Vane. An album of…

31
Jan
2011

Ed Sheeran – No.5 Collaborations Project (Album Review)

Submitted by / 9 years ago / Album Reviews

Straight off the mark, if you haven’t heard of the name Ed Sheeran, then 1) Where have you been? and 2) I guarantee you will be hearing a lot from this man very soon. I am not even going to try and categorise his sound, there are elements of hip hop and grime fused with…